Agreed. 20,000+ year old evidence is a difficult thing to conveniently locate in the fossil record.
Conversations with some very learned, very experienced, extremely open-minded scholars/doers has led
me to several conclusions. We're not looking in the right places and there's a serious cover-up underfoot.
Settled science (having nothing to do with scientific method, mind you) has conceded strength to the Neanderthal. Why are 'they' seemingly so reluctant to concede a greater capacity for intelligence as well?
What evidence of our existence would remain after 20,000 years, let alone 65 million?
Here's a piece of iron that doesn't 'erode away.' Iron Pillar of Delhi
We know about as much of Neanderthal as we do this OOPART ... it's all speculation.edit on 12102013 by Snarl because: Autocorrect
We know about as much of Neanderthal as we do this OOPART ...
How does this get classified as an "OOPART"?
According to the link you provided, it is known where it was made, why it was made, how it was made, the people who made it and what it is made of.
So the metallurgy of it makes it corrosion resistant, but I've got a sink in my kitchen that also doesnt corrode due to metallurgy. Are you saying that simply because it is old, it must therefore be paranormal, supernation, or given to us by aliens?